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NETFLIX   BLACK MIRROR If you were a fan of the old Twilight Zone series, you’ll like these short episodes that stretch the imagination and often step into a new … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE AND AVON   LICORICE PIZZA* * * ½(Coming of Age Movie) While I didn’t see any licorice pizza in this quirky coming of age movie, set in California’s … more
THE KING’S MAN * * * ½ (Prequel to popular series) Ralph Fiennes stars as the hero in this prequel to the Kingsmen series which takes place during World War I. The writers have … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME* * * *(A must for Spidey fans) Tom Holland makes a most believable Peter/Parker/Spiderman in this latest Marvel Comic … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   WEST SIDE STORY****(Classic Broadway Musical Soars) Steven Spielberg has taken the classic 1961 movie and Tony Award-winning Broadway hit, retrofitted it , and given … more
WARWICK SHOWCASE   HOUSE OF GUCCI *** ½ (Joyce) HH (Don) So Lady Gaga was great. Joyce and I at least agreed on that. It takes more than Gaga to make a great … more
I'M YOUR MAN **** (Robot romance) You can always count on the Avon to bring you something new and different. This time it is a "robot romance" from Germany (with English subtitles). Maren Eggert stars as Alma, a workaholic archeologist. He boss more
Review by DON FOWLER While theaters remained dark this past summer, Rhode Island's acclaimed Burbage Theatre was busy making a movie. Under the direction of Burbage artistic director Jeff Church, many local actors, filmmakers and behind-the-scenes people more
DEAR EVAN HANSEN *** "Dear Evan Hansen" was a big hit on Broadway, and the musical was scheduled to play at the Providence Performing Arts Center before the pandemic shut the lights off. The movie version has made it to Rhode Island's Warwick Showcase more
Warwick Showcase & HBO Max CRY MACHO ***½ (Joyce)*** (Don) How could you not like Clint Eastwood? The actor/director of this “feel good” movie is 91 years old and can … more
At the Warwick Showcase THE CARD COUNTER **** (Surreal, eclectic and downright bizarre) Three movies opened at the Showcase last weekend. One is another monster movie. The second is a faith-based movie. We chose the third, a surreal, eclectic, downright more
Summer has quickly passed without the usual array of blockbuster films, as many of us avoid the multiplexes to enjoy the comfort of our large screen TVs. And why not? Who wants to see another "Candyman" with a plot line so thin you can see right through more
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